School of Economics

Job Market Candidates

Learn more about our Job Market Candidates

Job Market Candidates Placement Director: Dr Andrew Clausen
 
 
Mingye Ma

  • Behavioural Economics
  • Applied Microeconomics

Email: Mingye.Ma@ed.ac.uk

Web: Mingye's homepage

Job Market Paper: Motivated Overconfidence: Theory and Evidence



Gerdis Marquardt

  • Behavioural Economics
  • Experimental Economics
  • Contract Theory
  • Law and Economics

Email: Gerdis.Marquardt@ed.ac.uk

Web: Gerdis' homepage

Job Market Paper: Contract enforcement as a reference point for feelings of entitlement



Yulia Moiseeva

  • Labour Economics
  • Macroeconomics

Email: Yulia.Moiseeva@ed.ac.uk

Web: Yulia's homepage

Job Market Paper: Interaction between credit and labour market frictions



Daniel Schäfer

  • Applied Economics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Labour Economics
  • Economics Growth and Development

Email: Daniel.Schaefer@ed.ac.uk

Web: Daniel's homepage

Job Market Paper: Real wages and hours in the Great Recession: Evidence from firms and their entry-level jobs (joint with Carl Singleton)



Alessandro Spiganti

  • Economics of Innovation
  • Climate Change Economics
  • Applied Economic Theory

Email: Alessandro.Spiganti@ed.ac.uk

Web: Alessandro's homepage

Job Market Paper: Can Starving Start-Ups Beat Fat Labs? A Bandit Problem of Innovation with Endogenous Financing Constraints

 

Past Candidates

2016-2017

Stuart Baumann, Barclays Investment Bank

Alessia De Stefani, Research Economist, Danmarks Nationalbank

2015-2016

Vasco Alves, Lecturer, Coventry University

Sareh Vosooghi, Lecturer, St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford

Rongyu Wang, Post-doctoral fellow, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada

2014-2015

James Best, Postdoctoral Fellow, Nuffield College Oxford

Joanna Clifton-Sprigg, Lecturer, University of Bath

Jonathan Spiteri, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Edinburgh

Vasileios Vlaseros, Researcher, National Bank of Greece

Past Years

National Institute of Economic and Social Research, Innsbruck University, Shandong University, RAND Europe, Scottish Government, Government Economic Service, Bank of England, Boston Consulting, University of St Andrews, Zalando.